Coffee With D Movie Review: Totally regrettable misfire



Coffee With D
Director : Vishal Mishra
Music : Superbia
Lyrics : Sameer
Starring : Sunil Grover, Zakir Hussain, Dipannita Sharma, Anjana Sukhani and Rajesh Sharma

January 20, 2017 10:57:10 AM IST
Coffee With D Review By Vishal Verma, Glamsham Editorial
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Watching this flick is injurious to your belief in Bollywood comedies, political satire, drama or entertainer, whatever the makers thought they have made by the name COFFEE WITH D. Following are the lessons we learnt from such overwhelmingly regrettable misfire.

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1: Such torturetainment in the name of entertainment should come with prior warnings - Be it on its posters, trailers or at least on the tickets saying - watching this film may be injurious to your health/brain/pocket or belief. We have it in cigarettes and liquor bottles so why not on such unbearable bheja boils on screen? The nation wants to know.

2: Teasers/trailers are highly misleading, never make your movie outing plans just by watching a particular trailer or teaser of a film.

3: A small screen entertainer like Sunil Grover (the 'mashoor' (famous) Gutthi) can turn out to be a very limited actor who struggles hard to rise beyond and ends up doing lip service.

4: Writers like Aabhar Dadhich and directors like Vishal Mishra should revise/brush up their skills by referring/studying/observing some quality works from India and abroad to make a proper mark.

(P.S. would have loved to mention some names if the writer director duo had given a hint on what genre they intend to list COFFEE WITH D - comedy, satire, political satire, dark humour, drama, con drama, con comedy, or just a random flick that swings genres with mood)

5: During the final reels, Parul (Anjana Sukhani) the pregnant wife of the blabbermouth prime time news anchor Arnab Ghosh played by Sunil Grover in the film is reminded of the code of Journalisim ethics and he comes triumph in his 'sensational' interview with India's most wanted D played by Zakir Hussain. The interview was the final attempt by the once most popular anchor Arnab's (yes your guess is right, modeled on the same) to get his prime time 'gaddi' (slot) back. With a certain section of politicians and news debates going ridiculously unbearable day by day, this movie can serve as a weapon/threat to these torture machines, if they continue their pain and agony on us, COFFEE WITH D will be shown to them uninterrupted in a locked room for the betterment of the society and our country. This is the only way in which this flick COFFEE WITH D can serve better otherwise it's an irksomely injurious experience for the 'aam aadmi'.

Watch it at your own risk

 Coffee With D Review Rating : 
1/5 stars
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